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Rolleiflex Twin Lens Reflex Cameras 1976 Sales Sheets - Free Download

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Rolleiflex Twin Lens Reflex Cameras 1976 Sales Sheets - Free Download

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Fourteen (14) pages of detailed sales information on the Rolleiflex Twin Lens Reflex Cameras from 1976 Sales Sheets for the Rolleiflex 2.8F, Rolleiflex 3.5F, Rolleiflex-Tele, Rolleiflex T, Rolleicord Vb, and accessories. Includes Serial Number Information table for Twin Lens Reflex models from 1950 through 1970, and a detailed reference chart for Rollei Accessories for Twin-Lens Reflex Cameras from the Rolleicord II - Vb, Rolleiflex-Automats, Rolleiflex 3,5 E, G, and F, Rolleiflex 2,8 A - F, as well as the Rollei-Magic, Wide Angle Rolleiflex, and Tele-Rolleiflex.

Twin Lens Reflex

The Established Professional Choice

Rolleiflex 2.8F and Rolleiflex 3.5F Twin Lens Reflex Cameras The Rolleiflex 2.8F 120/220 and the 3.5F 120/ 220 are probably the most widely respected and frequently used cameras in the working world of professional photography.

The superb Schneider Xenotar lens provides needle sharp definition and excellent contrast from the center to the corners of the 2¼ x 2¼ negative at any aperture. The 2.8F 120/220 has the 80mm Xenotar f/2.8 while the 3.5F has the famous 75mm Xenotar f/3.5 lens.

The 2.8F 120/220 and the 3.5F 120/220 provide the ability to use the longer 220 roll film as well as the standard 120 roll film. Both cameras also accept the Rolleikin attachment so 35mm films in 20 or 36 exposures can be used. The 2.8F 120/220 and 3.5F 120/220 are provided with a Rolleiclear focusing screen which has a 5/8” circular micro-prism in the center for quick focusing.

Both have a pop-up magnifying glass in the hood to facilitate critical focusing. The hood quickly converts to an eye-level sports finder to easily follow motion and also permits eyelevel focusing. The cameras are provided with an automatic depth of field indicator as well as automatic parallax compensation at all distances down to less than one foot (with Rolleinars).

Both models have a shutter speed-lens opening coupled exposure meter built-in which uses match-needle control for proper exposures. The metering systems can be set for ASA ranges from 12 to 1600 and also has filter factor control. Shutter speeds range from 1 second to 1/500 plus B. The shutters are synchronized for either M or X at all speeds. A self timer is also provided. The rapid wind crank in both models advances the film and cocks the shutter.

The famous Rollei film feeler mechanism in the “F” models “senses” the exact point at which the film is taped to the paper backing and accurately activates the exposure counter. While unintentional double exposures are prevented there is a provision to make intentional multiple exposures. The “feel” and balance of the F Rolleis and their unmatched dependability are the results of many years of experience in the hands of Europe's finest craftsmen.

Tele-Rolleiflex

A Particular Favorite With Portrait & Editorial Photographers

Tele-Rolleiflex Twin Lens Reflex Camera with 135mm f/4 Zeiss Sonnar lens. The Tele-Rolleiflex gives traditional Rollei performance in a semi telephoto camera. The 135mm f/4 Zeiss Sonnar lens has a 33 degree angle of view. For applications needing magnification with critically sharp negatives, the Tele-Rolleiflex is ideal. Available in two models: One to accept No. 120 film only; one to accept both No. 120 and No. 220 film for 12 and 24 exposures 2¼ x 2¼ respectively.

The camera has automatic parallax compensation at all distances. Shutter speeds range from 1 to 1/500 second plus B with M and X flash synchronization at all speeds. The shutter and f/stop combinations may be coupled or uncoupled. There is an accessory exposure metering system which can be added. Depth of field is automatically indicated on the distance scale. Normal focusing range from infinity to 8½ feet; with Rolleinar 0.35 from 9¼ to 4½ feet; with Rolleinar 0.7 from 54 to 36½ inches—all ranges with full parallax correction.

A split image rangefinder wedge is centered in the viewing screen for faster focusing. The interchangeable focusing hood has a pop-up 2.5x magnifier for critical focusing and quickly converts to a sports finder for following action and permits eye-level focusing.

The Rolleikin 35mm adapter may also be used for 20 or 36 exposures 24 x 36 mm on No. 135 film with full parallax correction.

The Tele-Rolleiflex weighs 54 ounces and measures 5¾” x 4” x 5?”.

Rolleiflex T

A Favorite First For Amateurs, Back-Up Camera For Pros

Rolleiflex T Twin Lens Reflex Camera with 75mm Schneider Xenar f/3.5 lens. The Rolleiflex T offers a true Rolleiflex at an economical price and with several format options. With an optional mask set it can produce 16—1?” x 2?” exposures or 16—1?” x 1?” exposures on a roll of 120 film. Without the masks it gives the standard 12—2¼” exposures on a 120 roll. All formats have full parallax correction and automatic exposure counting.

The famous 75mm Schneider Xenar f/3.5 lens is standard. Fast focusing is easy with the split image rangefinder wedge centered in the Rolleiclear focusing screen, viewed thru f/2.8 viewing lens. Size I bayonet mounts. The pop-up magnifier helps with critical focusing. The focusing hood with 2.5x magnifier also quickly converts to an eye level sports finder for following motion.

The camera is prewired for installation of an exposure meter system; Exposure Meter Kit T. Shutter speeds range from 1 second to 1/500 second plus B with X synchronization at all speeds. The aperture and speed controls are operated by one convenient lever. The rapid wind crank advances the film and cooks the shutter simultaneously. There is a self-timer and depth of field scale, apertures f/3.5 to f/22. Unaided focusing range from infinity to 3 feet. The Rolleiflex T weighs 36 ounces and measures 6” x 4½” x 3¾”.

Rolleicord Vb

A Favorite With Amateurs, Schools, Law Enforcement & Civil Agencies

Rolleicord Vb Twin Lens Reflex Camera with 75mm Schneider Xenar f/3.5 lens. The Rolleicord Vb is the most economical Rollei and features the most versatile format choice. Use of the optional exposure counter kits makes five different formats possible. Besides the standard 12—2¼” x 2¼” exposures; 16—1?” x 2?”, 16—1?” x 1?”; 24—1?” x 1?" or 24-1" x 1½” are possible. Parallax compensation and exposure counting are automatic for all formats including optional Roileikin 35 Adapter for 24 x 36 mm exposures on No. 135 film, (see TLR accessories).

Focusing is quick with the split-image rangefinder wedge in the center of the Rolieiciear screen. The interchangeable focusing hood has a pop-up magnifier for quick focusing and quickly converts into a sports finder for the following action, taking lens 75mm Schneider Xenar f/3.5, four elements, angle of view 56°. Finder lens 75 mm Heidosmat f/3.2. Size I bayonet mounts. Hood has 2.5x magnifier.

Shutter speeds range from 1 second to 1/500 second plus B with X synchronization at all speeds. There is also a self-timer. Aperture range f/3.5 to f/22. Unaided focusing range: infinity to 3 feet.

The Rolleicord Vb weighs 33 ounces and measures 5½” x 4” x 4”.

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